We Want It All positions poetry as an everyday weapon, formidable against the cruel mundane.
Both on and off the canvas, Boafo’s practice is dedicated to honoring the intimate space held between Black artists and their subjects.
The intersectional nature of Davis’s commentary on Black feminism, sexuality, and the distinction between sex and gender has aged incredibly well — much like the artist herself.
The history of the Medu Art Ensemble reminds us of the role artists play in making the aims of revolutionary thinking tangible.
The Many Hats of Ralph Arnold: Art, Identity & Politics showcases the Black, gay artist’s 1970s photocollages, which commented upon mass media portrayals of sexuality and race.
Peeling off the Grey, an exhibition at the National Museum of Mexican Art, offers visual understandings of the gentrification of one Chicago neighborhood.